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									            Riverview School District Elementary PAT Program Parent Input Form for 2009-2010

TASK COMMITMENT:                                                            Seldom         Sometimes         Often
1. The child is concerned with right and wrong, good and bad; often                                          
   evaluates, ranks, or judges the worth of events, people’s actions, or things.
2.   The child likes to organize and bring structure to things, people and the                               
     situation.
3. The child prefers to work independently; requires little direction from                                   
   adults. Is a self-starter; shows initiative.
4. The child becomes absorbed and deeply involved in certain topics,                                         
   projects, or problems.
5. The child is easily bored with routine tasks and drill. Often is self-                                    
   assertive; stubborn in his/her beliefs.
6. The child works cooperatively and seeks group agreement.                                                  
CREATIVITY:                                                                  Seldom        Sometimes         Often
1. The child has several ideas or answers instead of just one.                                               
2. The child exhibits a variety of ideas and explores many of them.                                          
3. The child thinks in uncommon ways, has unique, unusual ideas                                              
   or approaches to problem solving.
4. The child wants to “jazz-up” or embellish own ideas or the                                                
   responses of others.
5. The child questions everything and everybody.                                                             
6. The child likes to pretend, daydream, or imagine new things                                               
7. The child is interested in intricate things and ideas. Chooses                                            
   difficult problems over simple ones.
8. The child sets high goals of accomplishment and is not afraid                                             
   to try t o achieve them.
9. The child will defend ideas regardless of the reactions of others.                                        
10. The child exhibits creativity in writing, music, art, or science work.                                   
INTELLECTUAL AND ACADEMIC ABILITY:                                               Seldom   Sometimes          Often
1. The child works above grade level in a particular academic area.                                          
2. The child possesses a storehouse of information about a variety of                                        
   topics (beyond the usual interests of youngsters his/her age).
3. The child learns quickly and easily.                                                                      
4. The child understands abstract ideas readily.                                                             
5. The child uses a large vocabulary with accuracy.                                                          
6. The child is a keen observer; usually “sees more” or “gets more”                                          
   out of a story, film, etc., than others.
7. The child is fluent in more than one language (i.e., sign language,                                       
   foreign languages, or non-standard English.


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